Space experiment

Date: 22nd Apr 2016 @ 9:15pm

Year 5 completed an experiment investigating the impact size of a meteorite (playdough ball) on different surfaces. We had such a fun time and discovered that rice crispies produced the biggest impact. Can any of Year 5 remember why?

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Miss. Comer wrote:

Well done for your hard work today Year 5! Some fantastic ideas about meteorites and craters with the 5 W's. Did you know that 80% of the moon is made up of craters?

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Mitaale Ram wrote:

I enjoyed that.

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Aaliyah fox wrote:

I really enjoyed learning about meteorites and how they effect different types of land . 🌍🌠

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